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About a minute before the clock struck, a hundred and fifty students swarmed in, rushed to their seats, immediately spread open their notebooks and dipped their pens in ink.
He had been ill, he said; but he made up for lost time by the energy with which he directed the students.
Most of the students took the curriculum of the Conjoint Board of the College of Surgeons and the College of Physicians; but the more ambitious or the more industrious added to this the longer studies which led to a degree from the University of London.
Already you see I had reason to think that, if one of your three students was a man of unusual height, he was the most worth watching of the three.
He lectures to his advanced students on the art of right living, not out of text-books, but straight out of life.
In the gray of the morning the two students, pallid and haggard from anxiety and with the terror of their adventure still beating tumultuously in their blood, met at the medical college.
I had come back from the other side of life to be delighted with this Arcadian simplicity of student youths and student maidens.
In the Academy Anne gradually drew a little circle of friends about her, thoughtful, imaginative, ambitious students like herself.
For my experience tells me that even after the above directions have been followed with the greatest possible zeal, the student will still halt in perplexity before certain passages in the book before us, and wonder what they mean.
She was at home with everybody in the place, pedlars, punters, tumblers, students and all.
One of the most promising students of his faculty in the St.
When the horseman came up, he proved to be a student, a merry fellow, who was journeying along on his nag, and singing as he went.

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